New London Production of THE BAKER’S WIFE Gets Rave Reviews

by JasonC on September 29, 2011

in In the News,The Baker's Wife

Lisa Stokke and Matthew Goodgame in The Baker's Wife at the Union Theatre, London Photo: Roy Tan

Lisa Stokke and Matthew Goodgame in The Baker's Wife at the Union Theatre, London Photo: Roy Tan

Check out The Stage’s fantastic review of a new London production of THE BAKER’S WIFE:

It’s becoming commonplace to declare that a show at the tiny fringe powerhouse of the Union Theatre is a musical miracle, but one has definitely occurred now with its turn-around of a legendary flop into something that is truly beautiful, tender and true.

The Baker’s Wife is Stephen Schwartz’s 1976 musical that followed his hits with Godspell and Pippin but died after six months on the road without ever reaching Broadway, and then died all over again when Trevor Nunn, no less, brought it to the West End in 1989… READ FULL ARTICLE.

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